Electrical Services, Part 2

Know how the Capacity Requirements circumstance [230.2(C)] and the Different Characteristics circumstance [230.2(D)] differ from their counterparts in Art. 225 of the NEC. 

The Capacity Requirements circumstance [230.2(C)] and the Different Characteristics circumstance [230.2(D)] differ from their counterparts in Art. 225 of the NEC. How so, and why?

The first thing you might notice is where these are located in Art. 230. Typically, the XXX.2 subsection provides definitions of terminology for that Article or, if there aren't Article-specific definitions, then there is no XXX.2 subsection. While not a technical error, it is an inconsistency that

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